Matt (Song-Min) Schinn, head researcher into “Rapid In vitro Screening for the Location – Dependent Effects of Unnatural Amino Acids on Protein Expression and Activity” was recently rewarded for all of his hard work with a publication in Biotechnology and
Congratulations to Conner Earl for placing first at the AIChE annual Rockey Mount Regional AIChE undergraduate paper competition! He presented on a recently accepted paper about ribonuclease inhibitors. Additionally, he won a $200 cash prize as well as in invitation to
Undergraduate Whitney Bills recently received approval from BYU to pursue an ORCA project, RAPID. Described on ORCA’s website, we have an excerpt here: “Due to the large number of chemicals and mixtures in worldwide commerce and the laborious process of
This week, Dr. Bundy was invited to the editorial Board of Biotechnology Progress! Congratulations to him and you can find out more about the journal “Biotechnology Progress” here.
Conner Earl and Greg Neilsen represented the BYU Bundy lab this past month at the Utah Conference of Undergraduate Research (UCUR) at UVU. Conner presented on “Fusion Protein Biosensor for Endocrine Disruptors” and Greg presented on the “Detection of Harmful Ligands using a Cell-Free Biosensor.”
For the third year since his hire in 2010, Dr. Brad Bundy has received the student’s choice of Outstanding Faculty during the Fulton College’s Engineering Week.
The 2017 Rocky Mountain Student Regional Conference will be held at the University of North Dakota from March 31st to April 2nd. Conner Ear, Junior in Chemical Engineering at BYU, has been asked to represent the Bundy Biochemical Engineering Lab
Published in February 21’s issue of Analytical Chemistry (ASC), A Cell-free Protein Synthesis Approach to Biosensing hTRB-Specific Endocrine Disruptors is the Bundy Lab’s most recent contribution to the field of Cell-Free research. “In this work, we demonstrate the potential of this